What is Architectural Sustainable Lighting?

Robustness. Savings. Aesthetics.


Architectural lighting should be robust in design, function and maintenance lasting the test of time in durability and design intent.


A sustainable design must create the lowest watts per square foot with the longest life lamps, which in turn achieves the lowest cost of ownership financially.


A sustainable lighting system should provide maximum visual end result, highlighting and enhancing architectural details or products being merchandised, while creating a unique environment.

A lighting system is not a sustainable design when its quantity and quality of light is not optimum or if other lighting solutions and designs offer lower operational cost in maintenance, lamp and energy.

Clarté Lighting’s lighting solutions are designed to provide end users, contractors, ESCO’s architects and lighting designers a wide array of application based lighting solutions which can create an optimal architecural sustainable lighting system.